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>> this is go pro video taken moments after the motor boat called ka lee see went over. those on the fishing boat, happy days rushed to help. >> it was on us side and flipped all the way over and a lot of people were clinging to the hole, and then the stern of the boat, the back of it was trapped under the boat with his father. >> there was a rescue made by somebody on the boat watching them struggle. . kids ontds boat. that's what really got to me.
i put out a statement about this last night. i meant what i said, and it's still how i feel. >> the criticism comes after the washington post obtained a post of trump making lewd comments about women in a 2005 conversation with a reporter. >> i start kissing them. it's like a magnet. when you're a star, they let you do it. >> and late last night trump apologized. >> anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it. i was wrong, and i apologize. >> today a defiant trump said i will never drop out of the race, will never let my supporters down. mike pence issued a statement saying he was offended by trump's words but grateful that he expressed reforce. >> mitt romney said this. >> i think it's degrading to our woman, to our daughters and granddaughters. to future generations. and i dearly hope that we will
>> we had a lot of hope. >> chris lives next door. >> she always had a smile and a wave. >> even at 88. she never stopped helping others or working as a hire stylist. >> the day before she was attacked she was still doing hair in her home. she worked all her life, and to have that snatched and robbed of that, of her independence, of her life is just really awful. >> a go fund me account raised more than $8,000. the family says it will now help with her funeral expenses.
in san jose, abc7 news. flo douglas was 88 years old. firefighters joined forces to put out a vegetation fire this afternoon. this is a picture from the alcanta county sheriff's office. they attacked the fire from the air. the units worked to protect local businesses next to the blaze. >> kaiser permanency in fremont offered drive through flu shots. we were there as dozens of people got vaccinated in their vehicles. they had to roll down the windows, open questions and roll up their sleeves. >> it was so easy. i did it, because the flu is terrible, debilitates if you get it. i want to make sure that with work and family we're covered so i don't get the flu.
>> doctors say it's important to get a flu shot now before the end of the month. that's when the flu virus could start to appear. it takes about two weeks for the vaccine to take effect. seniors and school age children are most at risk. in san francisco people did sky walking to see the blue angels air battics. the sound of jet engines buzzed the green. america's top naval aviators thrilling onlookers. >> i'm from san diego. i've seen the planes, the blue angels a couple times. i'm excited to see it in a new city. part of today's celebrations included a ceremony at union square honoring schultz. he first served his country as a
ma lean duri marine during world war ii. >> he said take good care of this rifle. this is your best friend, and remember one thing, never point this rifle at anybody unless you're willing to pull the trigger. >> fleet week festivities continue tomorrow. the blue angels take stage at 3:00 a.m. >> now your forecast. >> we have a wonderful forecast starting off the weekend. lots of sun shine. warm temperatures and a repeat of the forecast tomorrow. live doppler 7, clear skies. the fog, the marine layer well away from the coast. the picture outside, it's a beautiful one. look at this live from the east bay hills. the city is shimmering from oakland to san francisco. the lights are gorgeous tonight. the big story today, the warmth we felt this afternoon. we are well above average. look at the numbers. redwood city, 11 degrees above
average. san francisco 17 degrees above average. tomorrow once again we will be above normal for this time of the year. the forecast called for warmth and sun shine. into the new work and school week, the temperatures are going to drop. that's ahead of rain chances we're tracking that start to increase by thursday. out there right now, rather comfortable. the current numbers, a lot of 60s. 65 in oakland. 16 in san francisco. 70 in san jose. to check out the day planner, a lot of us in the 50s first thing in the morning. midday a lot of sun shine, perhaps high clouds. in the afternoon it's another warm afternoon across the region. highs in our microclimates in the south bay, lots of sun shine. 87 for san jose. about 85 the high for cupertino. along the peninsula, 80 at cooper city. if you're going to the coast, there's a beach hazard
statement. there's a strong rip current. be aware if you're going to the ocean. 75 in daly city. if you're headed to san francisco, fleet week activities, lots of sun shine by the afternoon. by 2:00, comfortable 72. by 4:00 a light breeze and 71. north bay about 86. 78 for vallejo and oakland a comfortable 77. inland 80s to around 90. 88 san ramon. the week ahead, dry at least through midweek and then the chances for wet weather increase. it's going to change. we want to stay updated by the abc7 news app. free to download. the 7-day forecast. sun shine on the way tomorrow. a little bit of warmth still holding on. by monday the temperatures cool off. tuesday back to average.
wednesday partly cloudy. thursday, a slight chance of rain. i think right now the best chance is on friday with possible showers and even a lingering shower on saturday. it's good to see at least more than one thing on there. we could see wet weather. >> that would be nice. >> all right. thanks a lot. >> still ahead on abc7 news at 11:00,
even the most powerful man in the world can forget things sometimes. the president realized he forgot something. he sprinted back to the white house to grab it. he told his traveling press people he left his cell phone inside. good to see the president is still in shape. back to the white house to get the cell phone. >> even presidents are hooked on their cell phones. >> there you go.
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enjoying himself. samardzija started. pence, couldn't hang on. blanco pitch hit for the third, and got his first hit since mid august. giants cut the lead to 4-2. the cubs won the battle of the bull pen. a 5-2 lead in the fourth. and chapman the high cheese to strike out and end the game. bochy knows the deal. >> got to win three now. you're hoping to at least split here, and that didn't happen. so now we have our work cut out. but the fact that we've been in this position before, we've won at hole and hopefully we can get things rolling. >> game three on monday. stanford coming off a loss to washington last week trying to
rebound hosting washington state. klay thompson and tiger woods cheering for different teams. second quarter, luke talk threw for 357 yards. fourth and 7. wide open to martin. going 29 yards for the touchdown. he had two. stanford's only offense came from their defense. third quarter picked off. third quarter, talk, back to the end zone. 28 -10 cougars. in the fourth, a lot of air under this one. river kra craft. a great grab. sanford has lost two straight. >> we did not play well. and for every positive we had a negative. that's not the sign of a good
football team. it's not the sign of a stanford football. we have to watch film and find things we can correct. kral local looking far road. an outrun here. 50 yard touchdown cuts it to three. 29 yard field goal to tie it at 41. we go to over time. in overtime, a kick. but a 16 yard keeper for the win. 47-44. cal drops to 3-3. oregon state's first conference win since 2014. san jose lost to hawaii. this sports report brought to you by river rock casino. >> still ahead on abc7 news at
made it to shore. one child remains in critical condition. sadness far family in san jose. this 88-year-old woman flo douglas died nearly a month after being severely beaten during a home invasion robbery. they must decide if the man suspected of beating and robbing her must face murder charges. police raced for a suspected gunman after two police officers were killed. one of them was the mother of a 4 month old daughter. one was the father of eight. a third officer survived. a s.w.a.t. team has surrounded a house where a suspected gunman may be hiding. donald trump is insisting he's staying in the race for the white house. this follows lewd comments he made of women more than a month ago. some gop backers say they can no longer support trump. >> reporter: gop withdrawal. more and more republicans
pulling their support for their nominee, donald trump, for comments caught on camera. >> anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who i am. i said it. i was wrong. and i apologize. >> reporter: a rare apologetic trump trying to clean up the mess overnight. but today he was defiant tweeting i will never let my supporters down and drop out of the race. this after a lewd locker room moment obtained by "the washington post." he was heard in a 2005 conversation with an interviewer talking about trying to sleep with a married woman. >> moved on her like a [ bleep ]. i couldn't get there. she was married. i see her. >> reporter: trump was on the way to a cameo when he spotted an actress. >> when you're a star they let you do it. >> reporter: his campaig manager and others rush to trump tower and several gop members and former presidential
candidates voice disaprovable. mike pence said he was offended by trump's words but grateful he expressed remorse. >> i put out a statement about this last night. i said what i meant. it's still how i feel. >> reporter: hillary clinton tweeted this is horrific. the fallout sure to affect the presidential debate. abc7 koe can i roberts and matthew doud weighed in on the comments? >> it was total disbelief. that disbelief he could say such a thing but disbelief it was out there and that we could hear his voice saying these things. and, of course, the apology doesn't do it. he says we live in the real world. the real world these days is a world where sexual assault is really taken seriously. on college campuses, in
workplaces. this is a different world from 2005 or from 1992. >> this is if you look at things in a political campaign, and i've been through a lot of them. at a level of deaf con 5 to deaf come 1. this is cuban missile crisis. this is almost as if you can't survive. he has to figure out something to say today. he has to figure out something to say at the debate in front of 0 million people. i think -- >> switching gears now. president obama spoke today with the governors of the four state hit hardest by hurricane matthew. 13 storm related deaths reported and millions of residents are unable to return home. tonight many alcantacounties an are under curfew because of massive flooding. >> reporter: hurricane matthew claiming more lives, killing two people in north carolina when this car they were in washed away. >> we're going to attempt to save these people. >> reporter: in north carolina
rescuers spent saturday pulling people to safety. >> come on, sweetie. >> reporter: as matthew made it way up the coast leaving a trail of destruction. the storm surge and strong waves ripping apart peers at meriting beach. strong winds bringing down power lines and trees from the carolinas down through georgia. >> you cannot stand in one place. the wind is blowing at such a high pace. >> reporter: humanitarian aid reaching haiti. in florida -- >> a lot of those things are the outdoor tables that were out there that are in here as well. >> reporter: residents and business owners including joan returning for the first time. >> now it's gone. it's just gone. overnight. >> reporter: to unfathomable damage. >> i never expected this. this is horrible. this is my worst nightmare. it really is. >> reporter: a nightmare from hurricane matthew now being felt as the storm finishes its sweep
through the carolinas. >> and a curfew is in effect there overnight as flooding remains a major concern. back here at joan's restaurant, you can see just how powerful the water was. ripping off this part of the building and tearing it all the way over there, nearly 80 feet away. m marci gonzalez, abc news. > drew is tracking hurricane matthew. >> it's right off the coast of north carolina. it's just been dumping inches of rain not only this north carolina but such of the east coast. that's been the biggest issue. over a foot of rain in some spots. still a category one storm. winds, 75 miles per hour. earlier this morning matthew did make land fall. it made it about 40 miles just away north from charleston. winds about 75 miles per hour. and brought really serious flooding to the region as it did so. the latest track on matthew does have great news.
it takes it away from the coast and it has it weakening. tomorrow 65 miles per hour wind moving away from hurricane status and weakening into monday night. matthew looks to get away from the united states in the next 24 hours. >> some estimates put the death toll at 900 and rising as hurricane matthew swept across haiti. the winds knocked out many of the roads and bridges on the southern western tip of the island. the region is the bread basket of haiti, so there could be a ripple effect. the u.s. military is dropping relief supplies to thousands of people left homeless by the storm a bald eagle is recovering after a highway mishap in florida. you can see where the eagle landed after it flew in front of a man's car. this deputies and firefighters worked to dislodge the eagle from the car's grill. a wildlife sanctuary is now caring for the eagle. still ahead on abc7 news at
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enthusiast. >> reporter: back home he was chief marketing officer at a startup, but he left and booked a trip to san francisco. >> i'm chasing my dream. i'm looking for a job at a top tech company. >> reporter: he knew it wouldn't be easy. >> i knew that i might be written off just because i didn't graduate the university here, or i don't have work experience in the united states. >> reporter: in fact, a staffing firm says work history is the top thing marketing departments look at and they're picky. >> each big company wants the best of the best. it's that fight for the top talent here. not just any talent. >> reporter: lucas began his research by finding a good bakery. >> they make very good-tasting donuts. >> reporter: next he had lunch. >> i ordered a burger just to check you they do the delivery. >> reporter: and then he designed this t shirt. he had to try three places to get it printed. >> saying you don't have the permission to use this logo type and brand name. >> reporter: but dressed as a donut delivery man, he went the
extra mile. >> i walk around 15 miles a way. >> reporter: hand delivering donuts with his resume inside. >> most of the time they're shocked. like how did you get into the building. >> reporter: out of 40 deliveries he landed 10 interviews. >> he's willing to do what it take to get the job, and i'd hire him. >> reporter: you may wonder what does post mates think of it. he didn't ask their permission before using their logo. >> we loved it. >> reporter: the ceo reached out to him. >> he's actually getting coffee with them next week. you know, maybe he'll get a job offer from us. >> reporter: he left us this wisdom. >> if you're a marketing professional, you need to know how to market yourself. >> reporter: in san francisco, abc7 news. no donuts but we got drew. >> is that worse or better? oh, my gosh. their donuts are so good. let's look at the camera. it's beautiful out there.
nothing but clear skies. and the city of san francisco is just gorgeous right now. highs today. take a look. or i should say tomorrow. 72 san francisco. about 88, oakland. 87 san jose. 75 for richmond. the next seven days a dry pattern through wednesday. friday looks to be the best bet for wet weather across the region. a nice day on the way to finish off the weekend. sunny and warm. cooling off wednesday. we'll track the chance of rain first thursday with the best chance coming on friday. the air conditioner gets rest this week? >> it does. the umbrella maybe a workout. >> okay. drew, thank you very much. >> a little college football coming up. we'll look around the nation in college football. we'll show you why you should never
but he wants to score. foreman of tennessee with a smart play. punches the ball into the end zone for a touchback. now tennessee takes it 80 yards the other dway. the game tied at 35. the game not over. a field goal, and then a shank. it went to overtime and double overtime. now trevor nighter in for 110 yards. takes it in himself. a chance to tie. it ain't going to happen. and texas a&m is going to hold onto win. 45-38 the final. navy came in a home win against houston. third quarter will worth with a quick 17 yard toss. a minute later, ward junior picked off.
ward junior, three touchdowns. worth, two of his three completions for touchdowns. 34 yards here. worth also ran for 150 yards and a touch. navy with the biggest upset in years. 46-40 the final. >> florida state taking on miami. francois rolls out. if i can pass. 20 yards, 17-13, florida state. later, perfect 11 yard pass to koely. miami down pending the extra point. here's bazley for the tie. it's blocked. and florida state holds onto win 20-19 the final. >> how would you describe what you just experienced? >> florida state, miami? that's what it is. it's always been that way.
always will be that way. i got a great ball club. they played a great ball game. that's a florida state miami game. great competition. >> jim harbaugh rocking the nanny glasses. michigan and rutgers 7-0. incredible diving catch. take another look. wow. multiply that score by ten quick. carry by one. 34 yard touchdown. wolverines win. that's not a mistake, 78-0 is your final. >> what? >> that's a basketball game. >> i know. unbelievable. not a home game. >> washington hosted by oregon. 14-0 huskies in the first. gas kin finds the hole. off to the races. 65 touchdown run. a 21-0 lead. jake browning with a screen pass
to dodsen. he's going to go 44 yards for the score. the huskies win big and are undefeated with a 70 -21 victory. all right. another historical day for mike mcentire. second quarter usc up 7. a fumbled hand off. picks it up. tries to keep the play alive. he comes back. a man is open. goes into the book as an 11 yard it'd back. colorado getting tricky on the first play of the third quarter. bow bow to lindsey, 67 yard touchdown. trojan's lead to cut to 7. they tie it up. but a more conventional touchdown pass, a 7-yard score. usc wins. colorado now 0-11 against usc since joining the pac-12.
>> notre dame having to dash snap after snap. the team combining for 10 fumbles and nine turnovers. everyone soaked. tied at three in the fourth. another bad snap. nowhere to go. a couple plays later, notre dame punting. it's blocked. it's scooped and they score. 16 yards. the only touchdown of the day. wolf pack players sliding around after and enjoying themselves. players won't forget this one for the rest of their lives. notre dame's fourth loss of the season. 10 -3 your final. what a day. all right, this abc7 sports report is brought to you by river rock casino. college football today just insane around the nation.
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